The auxin-inducible degron (AID) system has emerged as a powerful tool to conditionally deplete proteins in a range of organisms and cell-types. Here, we describe a toolkit to augment the use of the AID system in
Caenorhabditis elegans. We have generated a set of single-copy, tissue-specific (germline, intestine, neuron, muscle, hypodermis, seam cell, anchor cell) and pan-somatic TIR1-expressing strains carrying an equimolar co-expressed blue fluorescent reporter to enable use of both red and green channels in experiments. We have also constructed a set of plasmids to generate fluorescent protein::AID fusions through CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing. These templates can be produced through frequently used cloning systems (Gibson assembly or SapTrap) or through ribonucleoprotein complex-mediated insertion of PCR-derived, linear repair templates. We have generated a set of sgRNA plasmids carrying modifications shown to boost editing efficiency, targeting standardized transgene insertion sites on chromosomes I and II. Together these reagents should complement existing TIR1strains and facilitate rapid and high-throughput fluorescent protein::AID* tagging of factors of interest. This battery of new TIR1-expressing strains and modular, efficient cloning vectors serves as a platform for facile assembly of CRISPR/Cas9 repair templates for conditional protein depletion.